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Odels of and arguments for activist ethnography They demonstrate that such a methodology has the potential to reveal empirical ssues and generate theoretical nsights beyond the reach of traditional social movement research methods Activist ethnographers not only produce new understandings of contemporary forms of collective action but also seek to contribute to strugg.

Les for social change The editors suggest networks and spaces of encounter as the most useful conceptual rubrics for understanding shape shifting social movements using digital and online technologies to produce nnovative forms of political organization across local regional national and transnational scales A major rethinking of the practice and purpose of ethnography.

Insurgent Encounters (KINDLE)

Insurgent Encounters lluminates the dynamics of contemporary transnational social movements ncluding those advocating for women and ndigenous groups environmental justice and alternative cooperative rather than exploitative forms of globalization The contributors are politically engaged scholars working within the social movements they analyze Their essays are both

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Jeffrey S Juris is Assistant Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Arizona State University

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